What are the Portuguese islands?
Beira Baixa Islands
Ribatejo/ Medio Tejo/ Leziria do Tejo Islands
Beira Litoral Islands
There are three groups of Portugese islands that begin with the letter "A". These are the Azores, the Algarve Islands, and the Alentejo Islands.
He was a Portuguese navigator called Ferdinand Magellan. = Portuguese navigator =
Portugal! Specifically the Azores (Portuguese islands) It means axe or machete in Portuguese.
In 1418 by a Portuguese expedition.
they are located in portugal.
There are claims that the Canaries/ the Canary Islands were found by the Portuguese as early as 1336
All of the Azorean islands are volcanic in nature and have volcanic craters.
It evolved out of a Portuguese instrument on the Hawaiian Islands.
trindad and tobogo
Portuguese is spoken in Portugal and also in Brazil. Also in the islands of Portugal you will find them talking Portuguese like people in the Azores.
He had access to Portuguese rutters because he was a noble Portuguese after his service in Africa, Asia and the islands beyond so he had access to the treasury witch included the rutters
The Portuguese African colonies were Angola, Mozambique, Portuguese Guinea and the islands of Sao Tome and Principe.
Boas Festas is a Portuguese equivalent of 'Happy Holidays' in the Azores Islands. It's pronounced 'BOH-ahsh FEH-shtash'. It literallly translates as 'Good Festival Days'.
The Azores islands are owned by Portugal in the Atlantic ocean *Note* The place of Christiano Ronaldo
Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago that is in the north Atlantic ocean, above the Canary Islands. It includes the islands of Madeira, Porto Santo, and the Desertas.
The African countries where Portuguese has the status of official language are the former Portuguese colonies of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe; and Equatorial Guinea.
For what purpose did the spanish and portuguese bring enslaved africans to the canary and manderia islands?
i dont know do you lol
so they could have them work the sugarcane field.
Portuguese sailors were the first europeans to arrive in Africa in the 15th century. They conquered territories and established colonies that are now several African countries: Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and the islands of Cabo Verde. These countries only achieved their independence after the portuguese revolution in 1974. Until then they were official portuguese territories with portuguese as official language.
Isla de las Palomas (Dove's Island), Tarifa
The Azores and Madeira islands. Why? The Portuguese got there first.
The ukulele evolved on the Hawaiian Islands. It was created based on Portuguese instruments brought by immigrants.
Various islands in the Caribbean, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, and other Latin American countries, but not (Portuguese) Brazil.
Yes. Portuguese is the official language in the former colonies of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. Additionally, there are substantial Portuguese-speaking populations in the African countries of Equatorial Africa, Mauritius, and Senegal. And then there are countries such as Morocco, where Portuguese is known, because of the nearness to the Iberian Peninsula; and countries such as South Africa, where the Portuguese-speaking populations are on the rise.
Portugeuse is the official language of Cape Verde.
It was captured by the Portuguese near the Spice Islands (I think) and then Elcano sailed on in just the Victoria.
Former Portuguese colonies are found among the countries of Africa, America, and Asia. In Africa, the former Portuguese colonies include Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. In the Americas, the South American country of Brazil is a former Portuguese colony. And in Asia, the Portuguese colonized parts of China, India, and Indonesia. For Daman, Diu, and Goa were organized as Portuguese India. And the Portuguese settled on the part of… Read More
Latin America actually includes the Caribbean; and Central, North and South America. North America is included, because that's where Mexico is. Brazil is the only Portuguese-speaking country in South America. There are islands in the Caribbean where Portuguese is spoken, such as Curacao and Dominica.
There is Madeira island and Açores archipelago. Açores islands names are: Corvo; Faial; Flores; Graciosa; Pico; Santa Maria; São Jorge; São Miguel; Terceira; hope be helpful.
The top Portuguese speaking countries in the world are Portugal; the former Portuguese colonies of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe in Africa; the former Portuguese colony of Brazil in South America; and the former Portuguese colonies of East Timor and Macau in Asia. In each of these nine countries, the official language is Portuguese. Additionally, there are substantial Portuguese-speaking populations in Equatorial Guinea, where Portuguese enjoys official language status… Read More
The Portuguese language is spoken on all seven continents. And that statement includes Antarctica. For Portuguese is one of the south polar continents' languages because of the Brazilian scientific presence. But Portuguese is the native language of Portugal. At the coastal edges of southwestern Europe, Portugal is Spain's neighbor in the Iberian Peninsula. And it indeed is back to ancient Iberia that the country's language traces its origins. As a Romance language, Portuguese originates in… Read More
What is a group of West African islands west of Senegal which were heavily influenced by Portugal until 1974?
Cabo Verde was part of the Portuguese Empire.
Yes, the ukulele was based on the braguinha, the machete, the cavaquinho and the rajÃ£oan, instruments from the Portuguese islands of Madeira.
Portuguese is the official language of more than two nations in Africa. For the southwestern Eurpean country of Portugal colonized areas that became five distinct modern nations. And so former colonies in which Portuguese is the official language include Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. Of the former colonies, the largest percentage of Portuguese speakers within the total population may be found in Angola, and in the islands of Sao… Read More
Portuguese settlled in the American colonies during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 70% of Portuguese immigrants to the United States came from the Azores, while most of the remainder came from the other Portuguese islands in the Atlantic. Most of the emigrants from mainland Portugal went to Brazil, although the more recent immigration to the United States during the middle of the twentieth century has originated from mainland Portugal
The Cape Verde islands were uninhabited when they were discovered by the Portuguese in 1456. The official name of the country is now Cabo Verde.
In Latin America, Brazil is a former colony of Portugal, and has Portuguese as its official language. In Africa, Cape Verde Islands and Guinea-Bissau likewise are former colonies, and keep Portuguese as their official languages. In Southeast Asia, East Timor is a former colony, and maintains the official status of Portuguese right alongside of the indigenous Tetum language. And in Asia, Macau is a former colony, and uses Portuguese and Chinese as official languages.
The South American country of Brazil is a former Portuguese colony. But it isn't the only one. For the Portuguese navigators of the 15th century speaheaded the settlement of strategic points in Africa and Asia. For example, former Portuguese colonies in Africa include the countries of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. Former Portuguese colonies in Asia include the island of East Timor, within the Indonesian archipelago; and Macau, on… Read More
The Chamorro, the indigenous peoples of Guam and the Mariana Islands, founded Guam. Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan who sailed under the Spanish flag was lost on his way to the Spice Islands (Moluccas) in Indonesia, and happened upon Guam.
After Magellan left the Portuguese Army, he went to Spain. On March 22, 1518, Magellan persuaded King Charles I that the Spice Islands could be reached by sailing west through the New World. The King granted him a large sum of money to find a route to the Spice Islands by sailing west, thereby giving Spain control of the area.
Brazil is the only Portuguese speaking nation in the Western Hemisphere, in terms of the country where it reigns as the official language. But it isn't alone in terms of including Portuguese speakers within its populations. For example, there are substantial numbers of Portuguese language speakers within the borders of neighboring Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay to the south and southwest. There also are substantial numbers within the borders of neighboring Guyana to the north. And… Read More
The ukulele was originally developed in Hawaii, which was a country at the time. Now it is part of the US. It was based on an instrument from the Portuguese islands of Madeira.
The continent of Africa includes five former Portuguese colonies among its many countries. With independence from Portugal, each of the five countries continues to give official language status to Portuguese. The former colonies include the African countries of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. In addition, Equatorial Guinea lists Spanish, Portuguese, and French as official languages. There are substantial Portuguese-speaking populations in Mauritius and Senegal. And Portuguese is known, spoken… Read More
Portuguese is the official language in the former Portuguese colonies of Angola, Cape Verde Islands, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, and Sao Tome and Principe. It now is an official language, along with French and Spanish, in the African country of Equatorial Guinea. The substantial Portuguese-speaking populations in Mauritius and Senegal have led to the two countries' inclusion, albeit as observer status, into the Community of Portuguese Speaking Nations of the World. Likewise, there are Portuguese-speaking populations, although… Read More
Multiple islands lie west of Africa. The island nations of São Tomé and Príncipe and Cape Verde lie west of Africa, as well as Equatorial Guinea's (an African nation) island of Annobon. The Spanish Canary Islands, the Portuguese Azores and Madeira Islands, the British islands of Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha, and the French island of Tromelin.
Magellan was Portuguese. He sailed west to find a new trading route to Asia and the spice Islands. He could not get permission from the Portuguese King, so he changed nationality and persuaded the King of Spain to give him permission to sail. The Portuguese King did not like Magellan, and did not believe that the world was round. - The King thought this expedition was a waste of money as it was "impossible".
Hawaii is the origins of the ukulele as we know it today. It was based on a Portuguese instrument brought by immigrants to the islands in the late 1800's.
Technically speaking the only islands in East Africa are to be found in Lake Malawi & Lake Tanganyika :) But islands off the east coast of Africa - dozens The biggest one you can see on any world map is Madagascar. Other notable islands off the east coast are Zanzibar (birth place of the late Freddy Mercury), Bazaruto, and Inyaka Islands. The latter two are part of the so called "Portuguese Islands" off the coast… Read More